Bibliographie sur le thème endurance et risque cardio-vasculaire

Voici regroupés différents articles pour vous permettre d’aller plus loin sur ce thème polémique de l’entrainement intensif en endurance tout au long de la vie.

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Möhlenkamp, S. et al. Running: the risk of coronary events : Prevalence and prognostic relevance of coronary atherosclerosis in marathon runners. Eur. Heart J. 29, 1903–1910 (2008). Download
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Schnohr, P., O’Keefe, J. H., Marott, J. L., Lange, P. & Jensen, G. B. Dose of jogging and long-term mortality: the Copenhagen City Heart Study. J. Am. Coll. Cardiol. 65, 411–419 (2015).
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Croft, A. M. & Palmer, J. V. Exercise and life expectancy. The Lancet 379, 800 (2012).
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Efroymson, D., Berti, P. & Daniel, K. Exercise and life expectancy. The Lancet 379, 799–800 (2012).
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O’Keefe, J. H., Patil, H. R. & Lavie, C. J. Exercise and life expectancy. The Lancet 379, 799 (2012).
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Veerman, J. L., Barendregt, J. J. & Cobiac, L. J. Exercise and life expectancy. The Lancet 379, 799 (2012).
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Wen, C. P. et al. Exercise and life expectancy – Authors’ reply. The Lancet 379, 800–801 (2012).
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Heart Health And Triathlon. Triathlete Europe Available at: http://triathlete-europe.competitor.com/2014/04/11/heart-health-and-triathlon. (Accessed: 13th April 2014)
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Nope, Running Isn’t Going to Shorten Your Lifespan. Outside Online Available at: http://www.outsideonline.com/fitness/bodywork/in-stride/Nope-Running-Isnt-Going-to-Shorten-Your-Lifespan.html. (Accessed: 11th April 2014)
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In the News: Marathoners and Coronary Plaque. Athlete’s Heart Blog Available at: http://www.athletesheart.org/2014/04/in-the-news-marathoners-and-coronary-plaque/. (Accessed: 4th April 2014)
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Helliker, K. Why Runners Can’t Eat Whatever They Want. Wall Street Journal (2014).
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Bhella, P. S. & Levine, B. D. The Heart of a Champion. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 55, 1626–1628 (2010). Download
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Pelliccia, A. et al. Long-Term Clinical Consequences of Intense, Uninterrupted Endurance Training in Olympic Athletes. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 55, 1619–1625 (2010). Download
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Ruiz, J. R., Joyner, M. & Lucia, A. CrossTalk opposing view: Prolonged intense exercise does not lead to cardiac damage. J Physiol 591, 4943–4945 (2013). Download
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Guasch, E. & Nattel, S. CrossTalk proposal: Prolonged intense exercise training does lead to myocardial damage. J Physiol 591, 4939–4941 (2013). Download
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PRO/CON: Prolonged intense exercise leads to heart damage. Athlete’s Heart Blog Available at: http://www.athletesheart.org/2013/10/procon-prolonged-intense-exercise-leads/. (Accessed: 28th March 2014)
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In the News: Coronary Plaque Build-Up in Marathoners. Athlete’s Heart Blog Available at: http://www.athletesheart.org/2010/04/in-news-coronary-plaque-build-up-in/. (Accessed: 28th March 2014)
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Schnohr, P., Parner, J. & Lange, P. Mortality in joggers: population based study of 4658 men. BMJ 321, 602–603 (2000). Download
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La Gerche, A. et al. Exercise-induced right ventricular dysfunction and structural remodelling in endurance athletes. Eur. Heart J. 33, 998–1006 (2012).
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Micah True Autopsy Report. Available at: http://extremelongevity.net/2012/05/09/micah-true-autopsy-report/. (Accessed: 28th March 2014)
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Benito, B. et al. Cardiac Arrhythmogenic Remodeling in a Rat Model of Long-Term Intensive Exercise Training. Circulation 123, 13–22 (2011). Download
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Schnohr, P., Marott, J. L., Jensen, J. S. & Jensen, G. B. Intensity versus duration of cycling, impact on all-cause and coronary heart disease mortality: the Copenhagen City Heart Study. Eur J Prev Cardiol 19, 73–80 (2012).
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Schnohr, P., Marott, J. L., Lange, P. & Jensen, G. B. The authors reply. Am. J. Epidemiol. 178, 319–320 (2013).
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Holtermann, A. et al. Occupational and leisure time physical activity: risk of all-cause mortality and myocardial infarction in the Copenhagen City Heart Study. A prospective cohort study. BMJ Open 2, e000556 (2012).
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Laursen, A. H., Kristiansen, O. P., Marott, J. L., Schnohr, P. & Prescott, E. Intensity versus duration of physical activity: implications for the metabolic syndrome. A prospective cohort study. BMJ Open 2, (2012).
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Breuckmann, F. et al. Myocardial Late Gadolinium Enhancement: Prevalence, Pattern, and Prognostic Relevance in Marathon Runners. Radiology 251, 50–57 (2009). Download
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Michaelides, A. P. et al. Exercise duration as a determinant of vascular function and antioxidant balance in patients with coronary artery disease. Heart 97, 832–837 (2011).
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Harris KM, Henry JT, Rohman E, Haas TS & Maron BJ. Sudden death during the triathlon. JAMA 303, 1255–1257 (2010). Download
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Marijon, E. et al. Mortality of French participants in the Tour de France (1947–2012). Eur Heart J 34, 3145–3150 (2013). Download
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Kröger, K. et al. Carotid and peripheral atherosclerosis in male marathon runners. Med Sci Sports Exerc 43, 1142–1147 (2011).
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Schnohr, P., Marott, J. L., Lange, P. & Jensen, G. B. Longevity in male and female joggers: the Copenhagen City Heart Study. Am. J. Epidemiol. 177, 683–689 (2013). Download
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Den Ruijter, H. M. et al. Common carotid intima-media thickness measurements in cardiovascular risk prediction: a meta-analysis. JAMA 308, 796–803 (2012).
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Williams, P. T. Relationship of distance run per week to coronary heart disease risk factors in 8283 male runners. The National Runners’ Health Study. Arch. Intern. Med. 157, 191–198 (1997). Download
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Wen, C. P. et al. Minimum amount of physical activity for reduced mortality and extended life expectancy: a prospective cohort study. Lancet 378, 1244–1253 (2011). Download
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Day, S. M. & Thompson, P. D. Cardiac risks associated with marathon running. Sports Health 2, 301–306 (2010). Download
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Cheah, B. Is the Marathon likely to kill you?: Fraught with danger or fraught with fear? Significance 9, 24–26 (2012). Download
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Clarke, P. M. et al. Survival of the fittest: retrospective cohort study of the longevity of Olympic medallists in the modern era. BMJ 345, e8308 (2012). Download
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O’Keefe, J. H. & Lavie, C. J. Run for your life … at a comfortable speed and not too far. Heart 99, 516–519 (2013). Download
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Weber, T. Response to ‘Run for your life … at a comfortable speed and not too far’. Heart 99, 588–588 (2013). Download
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O’Keefe, J. H., Schnohr, P. & Lavie, C. J. The dose of running that best confers longevity. Heart 99, 588–590 (2013). Download
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Taylor, B. A. et al. Influence of chronic exercise on carotid atherosclerosis in marathon runners. BMJ Open 4, e004498 (2014). Download
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O’Keefe, J. H. et al. Potential Adverse Cardiovascular Effects From Excessive Endurance Exercise. Mayo Clinic Proceedings 87, 587–595 (2012). Download
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Shah, C. P. et D. Sport d’endurance, nouveau facteur de risque pour la fibrillation auriculaire ? Cardiologie Volume 251, 1122–1126 (2010).
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Grimsmo, J., Grundvold, I., Maehlum, S. & Arnesen, H. High prevalence of atrial fibrillation in long-term endurance cross-country skiers: echocardiographic findings and possible predictors--a 28-30 years follow-up study. Eur J Cardiovasc Prev Rehabil 17, 100–105 (2010).
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Grimsmo, J., Maehlum, S., Moelstad, P. & Arnesen, H. Mortality and cardiovascular morbidity among long-term endurance male cross country skiers followed for 28-30 years. Scand J Med Sci Sports 21, e351-358 (2011).
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Naci, H. & Ioannidis, J. P. A. Comparative effectiveness of exercise and drug interventions on mortality outcomes: metaepidemiological study. BMJ 347, f5577–f5577 (2013).
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Williams, P. T. & Thompson, P. D. Walking Versus Running for Hypertension, Cholesterol, and Diabetes Mellitus Risk Reduction. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol 33, 1085–1091 (2013).
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Kim, J. H. et al. Cardiac arrest during long-distance running races. New England Journal of Medicine 366, 130–140 (2012).

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